11 May 2015
Artelia confirms its development with significantly increased results in 2014 and order books providing excellent visibility for the future.
This year Artelia celebrates the fifth anniversary of the merger that resulted in the birth of the current group and once again publishes promising results for the year 2014. Business continues to grow, with a turnover of 364 million euros, net fees increasing by 7% compared with 2013, and order books representing more than a year’s work. The group’s operating income has risen by 8% to reach 15.6 million euros. These strong results are an incentive to continue developing the group on an international level and with regard to major multidisciplinary projects, two of Artelia’s key strategic areas.
16 April 2015
Artelia safety meeting
Health, safety and the environment are fundamental values for Artelia.
They also represent a personal commitment based on the conviction that nobody should be injured and no environmental pollution should be caused on the operations we manage. This is embodied in Artelia International’s Go for Zero objective (which means no accident or harm to the environment caused on our operations).
This commitment lies at the root of several initiatives such as Safety Week, which was launched in Artelia International in 2013 and has since become a group-wide event. Its main aim is to spread a culture of health and safety throughout the group and the community.
It is in this spirit that the idea of the first Artelia safety meeting came about. It was organised in Paris on 16 April, with sponsorship from Shell.
The aim of this event was to discuss our best practices in the field of health and safety and to identify common challenges, so we can then work to implement solutions that are shared by major groups with a strong health and safety culture.
Some 20 people from a variety of companies (Shell, Total, Aéroports de Paris, ExxonMobil, VINCI Construction, Saint-Gobain, Bouygues Bâtiment International, General Electric, AIR BP) took part in this round table facilitated by Valérie Erhart, Artelia Global HSSE Manager of our partnership with Shell.
To close the round table, a “Best Practice” prize was awarded to VINCI Construction, represented by its Prevention Manager Jean-Philippe Bréot.
We should like to thank Shell and in particular Bernard Claeys, Global Engineering Strategy Manager, for its efficient support.
This first meeting is to be followed by others organised in France and in our international subsidiaries.
4 March 2015
For the third year running, the Artelia Group is rallying its staff by organising a week dedicated to Health & Safety issues, for which the slogan is: “I act for health and safety!”
This event is a great opportunity for us to improve our knowledge of this issue, which must remain one of our main everyday concerns, and to share our best practices with our partners, clients and subcontractors, who are essential players in the context of our projects.
The two main themes for 2015 are risk analysis and raising the alarm while conducting our assignments. Events, training courses and discussion workshops will be organised at different group sites and certain building sites in different countries around the world.
17 February 2015
Following the acquisition of Appleyards in the UK and of DPG Plan in Brazil in the past three years, Artelia, a leading international group specialising in project management, engineering and consultancy in the fields of construction, infrastructure and the environment, is pursuing its active external growth policy.
In this context Artelia finalised the acquisition of two engineering and project management firms in January 2015 – Sher, in Belgium, and Intertecno, in Italy – which represent a total staff size of approximately 150 and a cumulative turnover of €18 million.
10 February 2015
MIPIM, the world’s property market, gathers the most influential international property players from all sectors for 4 days of networking, learning and transaction.
Didier Lanfranchi - Marcel Guégan
François Féménias - Sonia Lugassy - Lionel Vérot
6 February 2015
Created in 1975, SETRHI-SETAE became a subsidiary of the Artelia Group in 2013 and since 1 January 2015 has taken the name SANAE, a brand of Artelia’s Building Construction and Industrial Facilities sector.
Proud of its expertise in the design of healthcare buildings, the entity has adopted the name SANAE from the Latin sano, sanare (to heal or make healthy).